Bell Kelly's Teenage Wasteland

May 15, 2016 Options

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Options A Song For Kylie Minogue - Wild Billy Childish & The CTMF (CD: SQ1) [Damaged Goods]
Options She's A Fool - Lesley Gore (45) 1963 [Mercury]
Options #1 Hit Record - Rich Gilbert (CD: The Legendary Rich Gilbert) [Holy Wreckords]

Options Broken - Mike Daly & The Planets (CD: Backroom Blues Volume Two) [Bongo Boy]
Options Sun's Going Down - (Wally Tax &) The Outsiders (45) 1965 [Muziek Express Op-Art]
Options 33 Errol Street - The Vibrajets (7" EP: The Vibrajets) [Fyrbyrd]
Options That Jim - Mackey Beers & The Rockitts (45) 1962 [Mark]
Options Saturday Night - The Backseat Angels (CD: Saturday Night Shakes) [Rum Bar]
Options (Hey There) Big Bad Wolf - The Sham-Ettes (45) 1966 [MGM]

Options Jack, Jim & Johnny - The Flux Machine (12" LP: Louder!) [Acorsi Music]
Options Soldier Of Love (Lay Down Your Arms) - Arthur Alexander (45) 1962 [Dot]
Options You Look Unwell - The Above (10" EP: There Is A Reason) [Hidden Volume]
Options It Shouldn't Happen To A Dog - The English Setters (45) 1966 [Glad Hamp]
Options Pretty Baby - Big Bone Daddy (CD: Backroom Blues Volume Two) [Bongo Boy]
Options Comin' Home Baby - Mel Torme (45) 1962 [Atlantic]

Options Miss You So Much - Tommy & The Rockets (CD: Beer And Fun And Rock 'n' Roll) [Kool Kat]
Options I'm Walking Babe - The Unusuals (45) 1965 [Panorama]
Options The Girl Who Lives On Heaven Hill - The Shanes (CD: Road Warrior) 2013 [Sumo Rex]
Options C'est Si Bon (It's So Good) - Conway Twitty (45) 1960 [MGM]
Options Like An Angel - The New Trocaderos (CD: Thrills & Chills) [Uncle Mike's RnR]
Options I'll Get You - The Beatles (45) 1963 [Swan]

Options On The Radio - The Britemores (CD: The Britemores) [Jett Plastic]
Options The Snake - Al Wilson (45) 1968 [Soul City]
Options Ghoulin' - The Jay Vons (45) [La Castanya]
Options A Girl Like You - The Rooks (45) 1967 [Mercury]
Options Psychedelic Freakout - The Barbarellatones (CD: Glitter Train) [Sex With Lurch Music]
Options Ich-I-Bon #1 - Nick & The Jaguars (45) 1959 [Tamla]

Options Stab My Broken Heart - The Phantoms (CD: The Phantoms) [Rum Bar]
Options Nothing But A Heartache - The Flirtations (45) 1969 [Deram]
Options A Little Self Discipline - Nervous Twitch (7" EP: I'm Sorry That I Made You Cry) [Punk Fox]
Options I Need Love - The Mad Hatters (45) 1965 [Ascot]
Options Gone Are The Days - Pat Todd & The Rankoutsiders (12" LP: Blood & Treasure) [Hound Gawd!]
Options Johnny Get Angry - Joanie Sommers (45) 1962 [Warner]

Options Buried As A Child - Kornelius Flowers (CD: Vintage Hedonist) [Sumo Rex]
Options Even The Bad Times Are Good - The Tremeloes (45) 1967 [Epic]
Options Mary McCarthy - Alternative Ulster (CD: Rebellion!) [Poe Records]
Options Yellow River - Christie (45) 1970 [Epic]
Options Nowhere People - The Galileo 7 (45) [State]

Listener comments!

  3:11pm two, two, two songs in one !:

Lesley Gore was impatient
Avatar 3:12pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

(>L< )))
Avatar 3:16pm geezerette:

FuzzzzzzzBuzzzzzzz/Jangle&Twang :D!!!
Avatar 3:21pm geezerette:

shootin' the curl
  3:48pm Sharon Griffiths:

This Mel Torme song was the theme for an Aussie TV show called "Bess of Both Worlds." It's on Hulu if you want to check it out.
Avatar 4:04pm Mailman Tom:

A Beatles 45 B side.
Avatar 4:04pm geezerette:

:D !!!
Avatar 4:05pm geezerette:

pure happiness
  4:06pm Anna:

I Wanna Hold Your Hand
Avatar 4:22pm geezerette:

prowling the Strip,lookin' for trouble, watch out! dontcha hitchhike!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:28pm Guido from Cologne:

what again is the band that put "psychedelic Freakout"?
  4:32pm Al:

@Guido: Barbarellatones. Bill will post the playlist after the show.
  4:33pm antwort:

@Guido von Koln: that was the Barbarellatones -see last week's playlist

Brightmores - "On the radio" had an Ugly-Beats-like melody
  4:38pm Al:

Listened to another DJ last week who played a whole set of songs from 1966 - He agreed with Bill that it was a great year.
Avatar 4:44pm geezerette:

He hit her and it felt like a kiss. What a crazy record! She's so cheery about it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:45pm Guido from Cologne:

Thanks Al!
Avatar 4:58pm geezerette:

Terrific show as always Mr. Kelly!
Happy week.
  4:59pm "Yellow River":

was recorded by the Tremeloes, (see theirs on YT) who didn't want to use it so the voice of a Jeff Christie was subbed who had the hit
  6:40pm Rush Limbaugh used to be Jeff Christie:

Oh, the aforementioned Jeff Christie wrote "Yellow River" (and a Tremeloe's brother's band was paraded as band Christie) . . . Been watching all YT's Britemore vids
  12:49pm NYCROCK:

  9:11am Behind the "Yellow River":

Jeff Christie posted a 2003 1/2hr Dutch TV doc on YT devoted entirely to interviewing the players about what's told above, including how a Spanish language version a South American promoter asked the Tremeloes to do, "No Comprendes," was a smash there. (Likely not about a Civil Warrior returning to home town Yellow River on leave.)
  5:36pm two, two, two songs in one!:

Was your show-starting mash-up meant to say Kylie Minogue is a fool?
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